Both of these platforms have many advantages and relatively few disadvantages, meaning they are quite close in quality and there is no clear winner between them. Which of the two platforms you choose has more to do with the long-term goals you set for your online business. Read on to learn all the pros and cons that these platforms will offer to your new online store. What is Woocommerce Woocommerce is an open software plugin that is added to WordPress websites and turns them into an e-shop. It was created in 2011 and as we already said it is not the platform but the plugin that you add and allows you to sell your products, have a shopping cart and additional functions for transport, payments and marketing.
The platform you are using is WordPress. In fact, it is considered the largest website and blog building platform. If you want to know more, read our article entitled " what is wordpress ". In Woocommerce thousands of developers from all over the world make improvements, there are hundreds or even thousands of design templates and it Phone Number List gives you the possibility to modify them as much as you want to reach the result you really want. What is Shopify? Shopify is a platform with a monthly subscription, which allows you to create an online store and sell your products online easily and quickly. It was “born” in 2006 and is also very popular with over 800,000 online stores choosing it.
It offers many design templates from which you can choose while you don't need to know programming, since you can "set up" your eshop yourself with the help of a website builder. So let's see what are the differences between these two software and what are the pros and cons of Woocommerce and Shopify. Advantages of Woocommerce There is no limit to customization Woocommerce, like WordPress, is open-source, which means that a developer can write code and modify an initial design template as much as he wants, so as to reach the desired result. In other words, Woocommerce allows you to use a theme exactly as it is, but you can also create something (almost) completely custom.
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